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Certified Yoga Teacher & Instructor Training Courses in Goa & Dharamshala, India

Yoga Teacher Training in India

Yoga Teacher Training in Goa, India

Y oga is fast becoming a way of life for many people across the world. Men and women of all ages have embraced yoga to maintain a healthy mind and body. Today everyone’s lifestyle has become rather hectic and stressful and Yoga indeed has proven to help people maintain their emotional well-being and composure. However to get the best results it’s important that Yoga be done correctly. And its best recommended to learn Yoga from a qualified Yoga Practitioner first, so it’s fully rewarding for you.

With the growing popularity of Yoga, as expected the demand for qualified Yoga teachers and instructors is also increasing. To become a successful Yoga Teacher it’s important that one goes through a carefully structured training program which delves into the finer nuances of this ancient technique. A Yoga training class usually consists of yoga exercises which are called “asanas”, breathing exercises, meditation techniques, chanting, relaxation methods etc.

Yoga Mystica is a Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance and has been offering Yoga Teacher Trainings in India for more than 5 Years.

Is Our Yoga Training Certified?
Yes. Yoga Mystica is registered with Yoga Alliance. On successful completion of the training, every student receives the Trainer Certificate in their hands and becomes a Certified and Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, internationally.

Yoga Teacher Training Certification

Yoga Teacher Training Certification


Accommodation and Stay during Yoga Training Course
We facilitate Residential Yoga Training-200 Hrs (RYT 200) and Residential Yoga Training-500 Hrs (RYT 500). The accommodation and stay is provided both in Goa and Dharamshala, India where this training is conducted.

Accommodation in Goa

Accommodation in Goa


Yoga styles, here we talk about the very popular ones
Yoga is being practiced for more than 5000 years now. More than 11 million people in America alone are living a better life by practicing yoga in their daily lives. And Yoga is now increasingly becoming more of a way of life across the globe. The rise in the popularity of yoga is attributed to increased stress levels and consciousness need of everyone to lead a healthier lifestyle. Yoga delivers many benefits to those who regularly practice it. In addition to the physical benefits, yoga offers you with increased strength to even be able to control emotions and mind deviations.

Yoga has been adapted in countries all across the globe. If you too wish to discover the flexibility and strength of yoga to boost your psychological and emotional well-being, here are a few styles of yoga that can help: Traditional Hatha Yoga Inherited for thousands of years, Traditional Hatha Yoga deals extensively with external physical body as well as internal physical body and cellular system. Hatha Yoga culminates with different techniques of Kundalini tradition using specialized mantras, Kriyas, and visualization techniques. It includes different types of postures to impart strength and control to the body.

    • Standing postures are meant to correspond to the most solid element in the human body.
    • Sitting postures are dominated by solid and liquid elements. They work on the excretory and reproductive system.
    • Prone posture works on the digestive, circulatory, and respiratory system. These postures also have impact on the autonomous nervous system and pituitary gland.
    • Inverted postures, dominated by space and consciousness elements, work on the central nervous system and hypothalamus center.

Good practice of Traditional Hath Yoga includes cleansing techniques (Kriyas), Postures (Asanas), Pranayama (breathing practices), Mudras and Bandanas (energy locks), Kundalini (movement of energy)

Vinyasa Flow
Vinyasa refers to ‘breath synchronized movement’ and Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. These movements are slow flowing and in view of their dance-like nature, they are referred as Vinyasa flow. Like all other styles of yoga, Vinyasa yoga comes with a litany of physical and psychological benefits. Physically, sweat from the body expels toxins and helps in re-energizing the whole body. On the cerebral level, the synchronized breathing techniques help to relax your mind and facilitate free flow of energy from the body parts.

Vinyasa Flow is a good option for beginners as well. A class on Vinyasa Flow is a great way to start and continue challenging yourself. Vinyasa Flow focuses on power of breathing and movements in all its poses, which the new learners are sure to enjoy. You can expect to move and breath smoothly while transiting from one pose to another. Sun Salutations are very likely to be part of your classes. The style and sequence of your class may vary depending upon the instructor and your need to find a flow that fulfills what you desire to achieve from your yoga practice.

Ashtanga is a Sanskrit term which refers to ‘eight limbs’. It is a style of yoga that follows a set series of poses. This style of yoga is extremely popular and inspires fierce loyalty from its learners. The vigorous and athletic style of the practice is very popular and appeals to those who like to do things independently and on their own. This yoga style usually consists of primary and secondary series.

The basic modules of Ashtanga include Tristana, Breathing, Moving, Energy, and Alignment. This form of yoga is designed to soothe the mind and purify the body. The practice is characterized by precise coordination of movement with posture to posture and breath to breath control. Right from the beginning, emphasis is laid on internal actions of the practice which include: Correct breathing, gazing point (Drishti), and Core Energy Locks (Bandhas). When maintained continuously with focussed attention, the practice considerably helps the disciples to realize the full state of pose.

Therapeutic Yoga
Therapeutic Yoga is an adaption of yoga to help with certain physical health problems and psychological issues. The therapeutic focus of this form of yoga is in treatment of:

  • Anxiety
  • Back pain
  • Asthma
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Flat feet
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Headache
  • Infertility
  • Menopause
  • Pain Menstruation
  • Neck pain
  • Depression
  • Osteoporosis
  • Sciatica
  • Sinusitis
  • Stress

Anatomically, therapeutic yoga focuses on abdomen, arches, arms, ankles, bladder, brain, buttocks, foot, groin, hamstrings, fingers, hips, heart, intestines, kidneys, knees, liver, legs, lower back, lungs, ovaries, pelvis, pituitary, thyroid, thighs, uterus, and prostate gland. The training formats may include blended learning and face to face sessions with personal trainers. You can choose a basic yoga session that fits your lifestyle and requirements and later go for advanced learning. Yoga is a vehicle for global healing. It sets the learner on an insight, inspiration, and non-attachment mode that enables him/her to accept the true self.

Practicing yoga in any form calms the strain from the nervous system and improves respiration & circulation. It improves various organ functions and relieves muscle aches. It can help grow the muscle mass, get rid of extra pounds, improve the range of motion, help with the body balance and coordination, overall making the quality of life better.

The journey of learning yoga is sure to take you directly to the course of physical, mental, and spiritual well being. From beginners’ modules to expert training, at Yoga Mystica there is a yoga class for every learner. Your yoga learning classes will be your guide for an exciting and enjoyable ride of your life, a map for your personal spiritual way! Go ahead and practice this ancient science of exercising and be better off in life. Yoga Mystica is there with you in your fruitful pursuit for a making Yoga an integral part of your life.

Yoga Training in Goa and Dharamshala, India
Goa is peaceful and serene place on the west coast of India. With sandy beaches lined up with coconut trees overlooking the Arabian Sea – it is a perfect location for Yoga Enthusiasts.

Dharamshala is in north India. The tranquility of this place is truly mesmerizing with picturesque mountain ranges which optimally harmonize the Yoga experience.
People speak local languages however many are conversant in English too, so it’s pretty comfortable for everyone.
Yoga training is surely a rewarding career option and of course it has the inherent benefits for the individual too. Getting trained with Yoga Mystica is more of a relationship that you will cherish forever.